I love pancakes on winter mornings. And I find something terribly satisfying about pancakes with an over-easy egg and bacon—the savory bacon and the sweet pancake and syrup expertly mediated by the versatile egg.  I got to thinking about them recently after a commenter on a recent post announcing the Ratio 2.0 release wrote that for five bucks he’d do the math himself. It kind of annoyed me, but I couldn’t figure out why until I thought about pancakes. I always remember that I prefer a 5% brine, so that however much water I use, I can multiply that by .05 to determine the salt quantity. But ratios aren’t simply math, they’re about the proportions of several ingredients. No matter how many times I make pancakes, I always check the ratio. Moreover, they scale to Read On »

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A change up for your breakfast routine, add these porridge variations, via WSJ.

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Another tempting pastry for the books, the chocolate, berry, and cream cheese danish, via White One Rice Couple.    

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Start off the day right with this slow cooker sausage, has brown and cheese casserole, via Brown Eyed Baker.

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Two different takes on the ever popular bacon, cheese, and egg sammy, via WSJ.

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